Quick, easy, good! Didn't quite sing, but pretty close! I done several of Inez's recies and she always does a good job!
Being somewhat inexperienced in cooking alot seafood, I felt that this recipe could have been written a little more specifically. There was a need to score the fillets which I did not do, so they curled instantly. I heated the oil and butter to a high heat in order to "fry" the fillets, another mistake! Too hot! After trying to get as much black scraps out of the pan as possible, I proceeded to try and make the sauce which burned because the pan was still too hot. Now that I know how to work out all the quirks, I will probably try it again but it was so dis-heartening as I was looking forward to a wonderful fish dinner and ended up with a disaster!
Was very good, next time I will add another Tablespoon of lemon. I also had to add a little more olive oil, as I was afraid there wasn't enough when I turned the snapper over. I then drained off the oil before I added the lemon juice etc. to make the sauce. Will do this again, my husband really liked it. Was a nice change and the snapper is a perfect fish for this.
We made this for dinner tonight using some frozen red snapper that I had unthawed. We both really enjoyed it. The taste of the lemon was pretty pronounced in this dish (at least the lemon I used). DH commented that this is sort of like a snapper piccata. We thought the flavor was really nice and that it was fast and easy to prepare. We would definitely make this again. Thanks!
Great recipe! I felt there should have been a little more wine to produce the sauce, but it tasted fantastic!
WELL...my husband and I made this for dinner last Sunday. FABO!!! We had some Red Snapper frozen that my husband had caught on a prior fishing trip...so moist and delicious! The sauce was light and so flavorful! A true keeper; great for entertaining! Thanks MizzNezz for such an easy, gourmet dinner!
This was great! My husband (who is an avid fisherman and thinks he is a wonderful fish cook) said it was perfect (and he didn't make it, I did). Thanks for a great recipe!